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What Is "mysqlshow"
What Is "mysqlshow"? - MySQL FAQs - Administrator Tools for Managing MySQL Server "mysqlshow" is a command-line interface for end users to see information on tables and columns. Here are some sample commands supported by "mysqlshow": "mysqlshow" - Shows all the databases. "mysqlshow databaseName" - ...
2007-05-11, 4685👍, 0💬

What Is "mysqldump"
What Is "mysqldump"? - MySQL FAQs - Administrator Tools for Managing MySQL Server "mysqldump" - A command-line interface for administrators or end users to export data from the server to files. Here are some sample commands supported by "mysqldump": "mysqldump databaseName tableName" - Dumps the spe...
2007-05-11, 4804👍, 0💬

What Is "mysql"
What Is "mysql"? - MySQL FAQs - Administrator Tools for Managing MySQL Server "mysql" is a command-line interface for end users to manage user data objects. You can use "mysql" to run any standard SQL statements against the server. For example, you use the following SQL statements to manage tables a...
2007-05-11, 4560👍, 0💬

What Is "mysqld"
What Is "mysqld"? - MySQL FAQs - Administrator Tools for Managing MySQL Server "mysqld" is MySQL server daemon program which runs quietly in background on your computer system. Invoking "mysqld" will start the MySQL server on your system. Terminating "mysqld" will shutdown the MySQL server. Here is ...
2007-05-11, 4657👍, 0💬

How To Grant User Privileges at the Database Level
How To Grant User Privileges at the Database Level? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to grant a user privilege at the database level, you can use the "GRANT privilegeName ON databaseName.* TO userName" command. The argument "databasename.*" in the command stand...
2007-05-10, 4821👍, 0💬

How To Grant User Privileges at the Global Level
How To Grant User Privileges at the Global Level? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to grant a user privilege at the global level, you can use the "GRANT privilegeName ON *.* TO userName" command. The argument "*.*" in the command stands for all database and all...
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How Many Scope Levels Can User Privileges Apply
How Many Scope Levels Can User Privileges Apply? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges MySQL supports 5 scope levels a user privilege can be granted: Global Level - A privilege granted at this level applies to all databases on the server. Privileges granted at the global level ...
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How To Rename an Existing User Account Name
How To Rename an Existing User Account Name? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to change the name of an existing user account, you can use the "RENAME USER oldName TO newName" command. The tutorial exercise below shows you how to do this: >cd \mysql\bin >mysql -...
2007-05-10, 4442👍, 0💬

How To List All Existing User Accounts
How To List All Existing User Accounts? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges MySQL stores all existing user accounts in a table called "mysql.user". If you want see all user accoutns, you can use the "SELECT" command as shown in the tutorial exercise below: >cd \mysql\bin >mys...
2007-05-10, 4671👍, 0💬

How To Delete a User Account
How To Delete a User Account? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to delete a user account, you can connect to the server as "root" and use the "DROP USER ..." command to delete a user account. The tutorial exercise below shows you a good example: >cd \mysql\bin >...
2007-05-10, 4943👍, 0💬

How To View User Privileges
How To View User Privileges? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If a regular user wants to see his/her own granted privileges, he/she can use the "SHOW GRANTS" command. If the "root" user wants to see other user's granted privileges, he/she can use the "SHOW GRANTS FOR userN...
2007-05-10, 4731👍, 0💬

What Are User Privileges
What Are User Privileges? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges MySQL offers many user privileges to control user accesses to different funtions and data objects. Here are some commonly used privileges: ALL - All privileges. CREATE - Allows the user to use CREATE TABLE commands...
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How To Change the Password for Your Own User Account
How To Change the Password for Your Own User Account? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to change the password of your own user account, you should use your user account connect to the server "mysql" first. You should then use the "SET PASSWORD ..." command to c...
2007-05-10, 4641👍, 0💬

What Are the Non-Standard SQL Commands Supported by "mysql"
What Are the Non-Standard SQL Commands Supported by "mysql"? - MySQL FAQs - Command-Line End User Interface mysql There are many non-standard SQL commands that are supported by "mysql". Here is short list of some commonly used commands: "SHOW infoName" - Shows basic information of based on the speci...
2007-05-10, 4633👍, 0💬

How To Change the Password of Another User Account
How To Change the Password of Another User Account? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to change the password of someone else's user account, you can connect to the server as "root" and use the "SET PASSWORD FOR userName ..." command to change the password of ano...
2007-05-10, 6784👍, 0💬

How To Test a New User Account and Password
How To Test a New User Account and Password? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you have new user created with a password, you test it using "mysql" program with the "-u" and "-p" options. The following tutorial exercise shows you some interesting use cases of connecting ...
2007-05-10, 4577👍, 0💬

How To Add a New User Account
How To Add a New User Account? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges If you want to add a new user account, you can connect to the server as "root" and use the "CREATE USER ..." command. The command syntax for create a new user account with a specified user name and password is...
2007-05-10, 5130👍, 0💬

What Are the Predefined User Accounts
What Are the Predefined User Accounts? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges There is only one predefined user account called "root": "root" was created during the installation process. "root" has no password initially. You need to assign a new password as soon as you finishes ...
2007-05-10, 4712👍, 0💬

What Is a User Account
What Is a User Account? - MySQL FAQs - Managing User Accounts and Access Privileges A user account is identified by a user name and defines the user's attributes, including the following: Password for connection authentication. User privileges, for examples: Shutdown_priv, Create_priv, Drop_priv, In...
2007-05-10, 4572👍, 0💬

How Many SQL DML Commands Are Supported by "mysql"
How Many SQL DML Commands Are Supported by "mysql"? - MySQL FAQs - Command-Line End User Interface mysql There are 4 SQL Data Manipulation Language (DML) commands that are supported by "mysql". They are listed below with short descriptions: "INSERT INTO tableName ..." - Inserts new data rows into th...
2007-05-10, 4369👍, 0💬

How To Get Help Information from the Server
How To Get Help Information from the Server? - MySQL FAQs - Command-Line End User Interface mysql While you are at the "mysql>" prompt, you can get help information from the server by using the "HELP" command. The tutorial exercise below shows sevearal examples: >cd \mysql\bin >mysql -u root mysql> ...
2007-05-10, 4529👍, 0💬

How To Run "mysql" Commands from a Batch File
How To Run "mysql" Commands from a Batch File? - MySQL FAQs - Command-Line End User Interface mysql If you have group of "mysql" commands that need to be executed repeatedly, you can put them into a file, and run them from the file in "mysql" batch mode. Here is a batch file, \temp\links.sql, contai...
2007-05-10, 6632👍, 0💬

How To Return Query Output in XML Format
How To Return Query Output in XML Format? - MySQL FAQs - Command-Line End User Interface mysql By default, "mysql" returns query output in text table format. If you want to receive query output in XML format, you need to use the "-X" command option. Here is a good tutorial exercise: >cd \mysql\bin >...
2007-05-10, 4582👍, 0💬

What Are the "mysql" Command Line Arguments
What Are the "mysql" Command Line Arguments? - MySQL FAQs - Command-Line End User Interface mysql "mysql" supports only one optional command line argument, "database". But "mysql" allows the operating system to redirect input and output streams at the command line level. Here are some good examples:...
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